WAWABED Warsaw Bed and Breakfast
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... many buildings worth visiting including the Old Town Hall and St. Mary’s Church. St. Mary’s in Gdansk is the largest red-brick church in the world. Check out some of my photos to see what the Old Town looks like. After walking around the Old Town and having another meal of Polish Pierogis, I went out to visit the Westerplatte Memorial. At 4:48 AM on September 1st, 1939 the German battleship ...
... re: transfers we arrive at the hotel and get ready to explore on our own.
This leg of our journey is a group exploration of the roots of modern Jewish culture and civilization that sprouted during the 500 year history of Polish Jewry and, of course, to explore the course of the greatest crime in human history, The Shoah.
We are part of a group of 18 people connected to the Jewish Theological ...
... Liz's cousin....more food. Talk was all in Polish, lots of jabbering in a foreign language; just like a peer review. Lovely ladies however, and we had a very pleasant time. (Liz) Think I'm going to spend this part of our European vacation juggling clothes. Day started chilly but by mid day it was very, very warm and the clothes I was wearing were absolutely WRONG. Is it better to be cold or pass out from overheat? I'll let you ...
... to understand she was less than impressed. Sav managed to get to swap seats with him to give her a supposedly less draughty seat.
After Sav’s seat swap Michael was left sitting on the bench between the three ladies looking very cramped for room, it was actually quite amusing to look at. He did refuse a number of times our offer to him to sit on the other side of the cabin with the rest of us, out of principle I think. ...
... Castle and its decorated painted rooms filled with period pieces and artwork. How is this at all possible?
As difficult as it was at times to visit parts of the city (everywhere there is a story of the injustices and hardships that Poles had to endure first under Nazi occupation and then under Soviet rule) there is life and hope. Now that Poland is a truly independent and democratic country, Poles of all backgrounds are free to live their lives ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking